Popping Prosecco on the rooftop with friends, new and old, afterwards.
It never ceases to amaze me how conceptually cool these Cork'd tastings are and the people you meet by attending them. In an admittedly generational way (you know, the generation of Facebook, Twitter, and all other forms of social media which make nearly everyone accessible), a Cork'd tasting is like bagging a seat at the cool table in the cafeteria. Only this time, alcohol's allowed and it's more than okay--heck, it's encouraged--to be wildly different from the person sitting across from you. So you cheers and you swirl and you review and you shake hands and you talk and you are so thankful for the crazy cool opportunities and people social media can introduce you to.
And then? You pop some bubbly and brush up on your French and relish in the beauty of a perfectly temperate New York City night.